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Understand and Reduce your Cyber Exposure to Maintain Consumer Confidence
Retailers have been the target of some of the most high-profile data breaches in recent years. Retailers have to continuously secure a geographically dispersed infrastructure comprised of internal corporate systems, POS systems and mobile devices in brick-and-mortar stores, and ecommerce storefronts, to name a few. The explosion of the modern attack surface has created new vectors for hackers to steal and compromise confidential customer data, including identity and credit card information. Cyber risk is not only an IT risk for retailers – it’s a brand and reputational risk.Start your 30-Day Free Trial
Nearly one in three retailers have already suffered revenue losses as a result of a cyberattack
The discipline of Cyber Exposure empowers retailers to protect sensitive company and customer information via continuous visibility across the entire modern attack surface – from IT to Cloud to IoT to Operational Technology. With this approach, you can maintain compliance with regulations including the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). You can also generate business insights from vulnerability data to better prioritize vulnerability remediation, as well as measure and benchmark your cyber risk compared to industry peers.
Benchmark Cyber Risk
Quantify cyber risk and benchmark security performance against the retail industry to make better strategic decisions at the boardroom.
Achieve Continuous Compliance
Get the actionable intelligence required to secure customer data across retail channels and pinpoint nonconformance issues for PCI DSS regulatory requirements.
Gain Comprehensive Visibility
Gain a continuous view of vulnerabilities and risks across the retail environment to protect customer data and strengthen brand loyalty.
Global retailers turn to Tenable for Cyber Exposure
8 of the top 10 largest retailers in the world rely on Tenable for their Cyber Exposure needs.
"We do in-depth research on everything. Tenable came out as the clear choice.”Matt Ramberg, Vice President of Information Security, Sanmina